The debate for the Episode IV from Opening Game in Scrum that was raised on social networks, was crowned this Thursday with the respective opinions of Ramiro Pez, Marcelo Bosch and Julio Farías, and the topic was as follows: nationalizations in rugby, something that has been increasing in recent years and that led to many players having the opportunity to represent countries in which they were not born. A program that you can now relive on the channel ESPNFans YouTube.
Bosch, man emerged in Belgrano, played in European rugby since 2006, the year in which he began playing in the Biarritz French, to then continue his professional career in the Saracens English, team with which he won 4 titles. Fish, meanwhile, born in Cordova, began his way through the Old Continent back in 2000 and played for the Italian national team, a shirt that he defended in the 2007 World Cup. Farías is another who began his steps in international rugby as a young man: in 1999 he went to play Partenope from Italy, then he was in the Stade Rouen French and also had a pass through the London welsh. And then a review with the best of the juicy debate …
Ramiro Pez, for his part, stressed that, despite having represented the European team, he was always a fan of Los Pumas, and that his motives had to do exclusively with the opportunities he would have to grow professionally in one country or another.
The man from Cordoba who played 40 caps with the European team between 2000 and 2007, went through Abriendo Juego in Scrum and spoke about the sensations that facing the Argentine generated in him.
Another of the guests to the juicy debate this past Thursday, Bosch, recognized that, as a result of the number of Argentines who historically wore the Italy, there was “certain pike” when it was his turn to face the selected level.
The ex-center of Los Pumas referred to the confrontations against the Argentine players who represented the European team.
In a moment, Julio Farías He focused directly on the current regulation regarding nationalizations in rugby (Rule 8), and emphasized the differences between 36 and 60 months.
The man from Tucumán who wore the Los Pumas shirt in 30 games gave his opinion on Rule 8 under the watchful eye of Ramiro Pez and Marcelo Bosch.
In this sense, and for the debate to be as rich as possible, the opinions of the followers of Scrum They are fundamental. On this occasion, it was Raul Del Sel who had the opportunity to join the program and shared his perspective with the other protagonists.
The opinions of our followers are very important and Raúl debated with the protagonists.